We’ve just wrapped up National Recovery Month and hope you found inspiration in all of our social media posts that prove that Recovery is Possible! At kathy ireland® Recovery Centers, our staff is constantly evaluating and reevaluating the programs and services that are offered in our Recovery Centers and Sober Living Homes. We care about each of our members’ success, which is why we are happy to announce that an evening virtual IOP treatment service is now offered at our Laconia location.
ki®RC – Laconia in the News!
$2 Million Awarded to Local Recovery Centers to Reduce SUD Mortality in Belknap County
kathy ireland® Recovery Centers (ki®RC), in partnership with Lakes Region Mental Health Center, Archways, Ascension Recovery Services, and Navigating Recovery of the Lakes Region, have been awarded a $2 million Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) grant that will be used to reduce the morbidity and mortality of substance use disorders in Belknap County, New Hampshire.
ki®RC – Williamson in the News!
SUD Treatment Center Opens in Williamson, WV to Combat Local Addiction Rates
The kathy ireland® Recovery Centers (ki®RC) recently opened its doors to serve the West Virginia community. The inpatient facility, operated by Ascension Recovery Services (ARS), is the first of the ki®RC to offer detox and short-term residential treatment programs for adults with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders.
NEW Virtual Option: Evening Laconia IOP Services Now Available
We know that managing recovery does not always fit in a 9-5 schedule. That’s why we are offering a new virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP) for those who need to make their treatment fit into their lifestyle. The program occurs during 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – Monday through Thursday – and can be completed from anywhere you have internet access. Give us a call at (866) 861-9772 to learn more.
Williamson Spotlight: Meet Joey Ferguson
Joey, our Business Development Specialist, started his professional addiction career by helping to develop and launch a mindfulness-based treatment center called Jacob’s Ladder, which is featured in the Netflix documentary “Recovery Boys.” Since then he has helped develop many other facilities, such as our Williamson Recovery Center.
Laconia Spotlight: Meet Patrick Stauffer
Patrick is a loyal member of our Laconia team and has been with us since the very beginning. He is a compassionate Recovery Coach that helps the patients at our outpatient treatment center gain the skills they need to cope and build healthy habits. These are essential for relapse prevention. Patrick plays a vital role at our Recovery Centers, and we are all so grateful he’s part of our team!
Learn more about ki®RC- Laconia by clicking here.
NH & PA Sober Living Homes Accepting New Residents
We operate two Sober Living homes in Uniontown, PA and two in Laconia, NH: one for men and women. Our women’s only sober living homes accommodate up to 12 residents, while our men’s only sober living homes accommodate up to 16 residents.
These close-knit communities help keep you on your recovery program, because everyone who lives in the home – including the staff – is in recovery, too. That means they understand what you’re going through and they’re ready to share their knowledge to help you stay safe and sober. This unity helps residents open up, share their experiences, and support one another through the recovery process.
Apply to our Laconia, NH Sober Living Home by clicking here.
Apply to our Uniontown, PA Sober Living Home by clicking here.
Thanks for Attending Our 1-Year Anniversary Celebration
Thank you to everyone who came out to our first-ever We DO Recover! event! The turnout was great.
Some of our featured guests were: Navigating Recovery of the Lakes Region, Archways – Tilton, Ascension Recovery Services, Lakes Region Mental Health Center, Andrew Hosmer, Laconia Daily Sun, Sheriff Bill Wright, City of Laconia, and Governor Chris Sununu.
Thank you to all of our attendees for taking the time to celebrate our 1-year anniversary with us, see our facility, meet our staff, and learn about our $2 million grant, which will be allocated to helping those in Belknap County overcome addiction.